Sydney Comedy Festival Cracker Night

If you’re fond of a good laugh, then April is the perfect time to visit Sydney for the Sydney Comedy Festival Cracker Night.

Extended to two nights due to popular demand, the 13th annual Sydney Comedy Festival presents Cracker Night, the premier launch of Sydney’s Biggest International Comedy Gala, at the Enmore Theatre starting on Tuesday, April 25. 

Since launching in 2005, the Sydney Comedy Festival has grown into one of the world’s best funny events, attracting the best of the best comedians from around the world. 

The whole event spans over four weeks, starting April 28 and wrapping up on May 21, and at various venues across Sydney.

But Cracker Night is the big one – the one that everyone wants to attend with all the comedians everyone wants to see for two hours of side-splitting (and maybe somewhat crass and not always kid friendly) humour. 

Tickets to the event are already selling out fast so it is highly recommended you jump online and grab one as soon as you can. 

For a full list of the entertainers coming to Sydney for this year’s Sydney Comedy Festival, head to the official website

The Sydney Comedy Festival Cracker Night will take place over two nights at the Enmore Theatre, starting Tuesday, April 25. 

118-132 Enmore Road

Newtown 

 

 

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